this is for my 1994 c1500. i'm replacing the pitman arm. sometimes things wear out even with proper lubrication. anyway, the nut that holds the pitman arm on the gearbox shaft is rusted in place. won't budge with a crescent wrench. i bent one wrench and i don't want to round the nut trying with the other. my 32mm socket is just barely too small for he nut, so i plan to hunt down a 33 or 34mm. but, with the 1/2" drive 2' long breaker bar, i have a feeling i'll break something. i tend to. i don't want to heat it with a torch, because i might melt the seal on the gearbox. using the dremel tool to cut the nut off isn't great. i'd risk damaging other things and have to get a new nut (which nobody seems to carry). any peaceful suggestions before i go gorilla on it with the breaker bar? i'm used to dealing with stuck fasteners, but this one is in a spot where if really really don't want to mess up the other pieces involved, for cost and safety. last one i did on this model truck was a '98 in 2000. a nut moves way easier after 2-3 years than after 13-14. i have tons of penetrating oil on it.